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International learnings

Being part of start-up companies means that I have incredible opportunities to visit experts around the world. I was delighted to be invited to several hospitals in the United States, where I was able to support cases for treating atrial fibrillation with the Star Apollo mapping system, which I developed as part of Rhythm AI. Not only is it great to see techniques and technology that we pioneered here in London having a worldwide impact, but I was able to learn huge amounts from the skill and workflows of Dr Nair and Dr Matthew McKillop, both of whom I spent time with.

A particular highlight was seeing how the use of intracardiac echocardiography (a tiny ultrasound probe used by the vein) can help minimise x-ray exposure during even the most complex cases. These are the sorts of innovations that I can put into place right away in my practice, both in the NHS and in the private sector. Thanks to all my hosts for making me so welcome and teaching me so much!

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